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21 minutes ago, demosaw said:

Max is 208 cm so Kalani looks about to be already 200 cm plus hair. If he can jump and play anything like dad he will be special.

He has had a pretty good coach growing up.

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If he is half as good as his dad then he will be a gem in future.

Jeff should be up there as one of the AFL'S best ruckman.

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7 hours ago, Demonland said:

 

There’s a nice WA connection between the lads in those pictures. Kalani’s dad Jeff, played three seasons with the Fremantle Dockers in their formative years in the AFL. Kozzie was born and bred there but went with his family to SA and was recruited from there and JvR was drafted from Claremont Colts in the WAFL. Hopefully, they will all be teammates terrorizing opponents in the red and blue on the MCG in the near future. 

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17 minutes ago, Deeminion said:

What year can Kalani be drafted?

He turns 18 in 2025 so that will be his draft year.

If he definitely wants to commit to the Demons, it would be interesting if he came to Melbourne earlier and played with one of the Under 18 teams like the Ashcroft brothers have done with the Sandringham Dragons.

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1 hour ago, Neil Crompton said:

All very well having the name and the height, but hopefully he can also play. Are there any reports on his ability?

He can play.

We might have 3 F/S over the next 3 years, with Kynan Brown this year, Noah Yze next year and then Kalani White in 2025.

 

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7 minutes ago, Redleg said:

He can play.

We might have 3 F/S over the next 3 years, with Kynan Brown this year, Noah Yze next year and then Kalani White in 2025.

 

Any regular names in the future 😀

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For anyone attending our Gold Coast match (round 8, Saturday the 6th of May), on the following day Kalani will be playing for the Gold Coast Academy vs Sydney Academy.

Kalani told Duxy (Demon Army Royalty and all-round nice guy) that he would “love if there were Dees fans there to support (him)” which there will be since the DA members who’ll still be there on the Sunday will be attending his match. Attendance by any and all Dees supporters would be great!

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On 4/25/2023 at 8:51 AM, einstein251 said:

He turns 18 in 2025 so that will be his draft year.

If he definitely wants to commit to the Demons, it would be interesting if he came to Melbourne earlier and played with one of the Under 18 teams like the Ashcroft brothers have done with the Sandringham Dragons.

He’ll be 9ft by then

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On 4/25/2023 at 11:52 AM, Redleg said:

He can play.

We might have 3 F/S over the next 3 years, with Kynan Brown this year, Noah Yze next year and then Kalani White in 2025.

 

Kynan has a younger brother coming through by the name of Jake who would be around 16 years of age. Another to watch put for in a couple of years.

Marley Davey has just turned 13 this year so expect his name to start coming up over the next few years. My understanding is that he's a very handy young footballer up in Cairns that'll start integrating into junior development squads.

 

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